Recent interviews held in the villages at the north-eastern side of Wami support sightings of elephants and buffaloes using this corridor. The animals are supposed to migrate in the rainy season.
Presently, little documentation is available on migratory routes and all corridor information requires further investigation.
The corridor is under increasing pressure due to human settlements, timber exploitation and charcoal burning.
Wildlife moving between Sadani and Wami Mbiki, however, would be forced to cross the Chalinze-Arusha highway.
Given increasing human development, it is unlikely that this corridor can be sustained for very long.